‘Queer Eye’ Fab Five Give Netflix IT Department a Facelift: ‘We Love Nerds’ (Video)

Did you already finish binging the first season of “Queer Eye” and are suffering from some serious Fab Five withdrawal? No worries, Netflix has got you covered with a mini episode that should quench your thirst for at least a few hours. (We know, the struggle is going to be real until there is a … Read more

‘Arrested Development’ Star David Cross: I ‘Stand Behind’ Jeffrey Tambor Despite Misconduct Accusations

David Cross wants to keep Jeffrey Tambor in the Bluth family, and he’s pretty sure he’s not the only member of the “Arrested Development” cast who feels that way. “I can’t speak for everybody, but I know there are a number of us who stand behind him — from the limited amount we know, we … Read more

‘Gay of Thrones’ Host Jonathan Van Ness Predicts the Ending of ‘Game of Thrones’

Amy Sussman/HBO “Queer Eye” grooming expert Jonathan Van Ness has another area of expertise: “Game of Thrones.” Van Ness is such a fan of the HBO drama that he started an after show with Funny or Die in 2013 called “Gay of Thrones,” in which he and a celebrity guest recap the latest episode while … Read more

Ryan Murphy Signs Overall Deal With Netflix

Ryan Murphy is moving the Netflix. The prolific producer has signed a new multi-year overall deal to produce new series and films at the streaming service starting July 1, 2018. The new deal, which is reportedly worth as much as $300 million, makes exclusive what had already been a growing relationship between Murphy and Netflix. Earlier … Read more

Ava DuVernay, LA Mayor Eric Garcetti Roll Out Entertainment Jobs Fund for Minority Communities

Getty Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garrett announced on Monday the start of the Evolve Entertainment Fund, a partnership with filmmakers like Ava DuVernay and groups like Film Independent with the goal of offering youth in underprivileged communities a chance at a job in Hollywood. The new fund was created as an addendum to Garcetti’s Hire … Read more

‘Daily Show’ Contributor Michelle Wolf Grabs Netflix Weekly Late-Night Series

Comedy Central Long-time “The Daily Show” contributor Michelle Wolf has landed her own late-night series at Netflix. The currently untitled show is a weekly, half hour series set to premiere later this year. According to the show’s logline, the comedian plans to use her program to take a break from the seriousness of late-night comedy. … Read more

10 Things to Watch If You Hate Valentine’s Day, From ‘Black Mirror’ to the Olympics (Photos)

Let’s get real. Valentine’s Day is the one holiday we all love to hate.  If you’re single, it’s just a day to remind you that you’re single, and if you’re in a relationship, it’s a Pepto Bismol-colored consumerization of your love.  So if you’re forgoing the over-priced prix fixe menus next Wednesday, and plan on … Read more

Timothee Chalamet to Play King Henry V in Netflix’s ‘The King’

Photographed by Irvin Rivera for TheWrap In his first role after landing an Oscar nomination for “Call Me by Your Name,” Timothée Chalamet will star as King Henry V in the upcoming Netflix film “The King,” an individual familiar with the production told TheWrap. Chalamet will play a young Henry V, who takes over the … Read more

‘Altered Carbon’ Creator Explains How Her Show Isn’t ‘Blade Runner’ — or Anything Else

Netflix/Warner Bros Netflix’s news sci-fi series “Altered Carbon” (based on the book of the same name by Richard Morgan) has been compared to “Blade Runner” since before it even premiered. And with good reason: It certainly looks a lot like the classic 1982 neo-noir film. But that’s okay, “Altered Carbon” creator, Laeta Kalogridis, tells TheWrap … Read more

Disney Expected to Lose $250 Million on Hulu in 2018

Getty Images The content business is an expensive game. This was evident on Disney’s latest earnings call, when CEO Bob Iger shared the entertainment giant expects more than $250 million in equity losses on Hulu — a major jump from the $100 million in losses the company had previously forecasted. Disney CFO Christine McCarthy pointed … Read more